Kodak officially launched its Kodak Document Print Application for Android OS devices earlier this morning.
The free Kodak Document Print Application allows customers to send documents from their Android OS device using Google Cloud Print directly to a Kodak AIO printer with wireless connectivity. Kodak first announced it would be offering Cloud Printing services this fall with the announcement of the new HERO AIO lineup. However, existing customers need not worry since the service will be available to older generation Kodak AIO printer’s with wireless connectivity.
Users can also access files using Google Docs, Dropbox and Evernote while web pages can be viewed using the new app’s built-in browser. Supported files include web pages, documents created by the Microsoft Office suite (including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.), PDF, text files and image files.
The Kodak Document Print App is a free download available in the Android Market.